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August 3, 2015

Ask the Expert

Dear Jeremy, Do you have some suggestions for interview questions to help determine a good fit with the company? Sincerely, Lori ==================== Dear Lori, Thank you so much for submitting your question! Many people utilize the Color Code Personality System in the selection process, even though we do not officially endorse it as a hiring/firing tool. It can, however, have some strong applications in that arena if utilized properly. So, yes, I do have suggestions for the types of questions you might want to use in the interview process, and I'll be happy to share those with you in this post. First, please allow me



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March 30, 2015

A Red, a Blue, and 10,000 Steps

I bought a Fitbit®. For those of you who have been say, on the moon, a Fitbit® is a small device that when tucked into your pocket, counts the steps you walk in the course of a day—all 24 hours of it. This latest craze recommends that you walk 10,000 steps in those 24 hours. Easy right? Ha! Being a Red, it is important for me to be challenged and I thought this handy little piece of technology would do exactly that. Ha! again. I have owned said product since February 18th and have yet to walk 10,000 steps in a day. The closest I have come is 8,044 steps and that is the day I had to visit the Apple Store’s Genius Bar and ende



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September 9, 2014

The Power of Simplicity

Recently, I was on a phone call with a Color Code client. He is the training director for a large corporation that currently has over 200,000 employees. He told the story about being in a meeting with high-level employees from a company his employer was acquiring, when one of the HR people asked him “Why Color Code?” He thought about it for a minute, and then he asked her what her results were on Myers-Briggs. Even though it was the personality assessment she currently used, all she could say was, “I don’t remember, but I think it starts with an I. He responded, “That’s why we use Color Code.” One of the most powerfu



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June 30, 2014

Test Yourself—The Colors of Independence

To celebrate July—the month of Independence Day, we thought it would be fun to see what some of the more famous signers of the Declaration of Independence were like. Following are a few brief sentences that tell us some of the more common traits of their personalities. John Adams Adams was known to be impetuous, intense and often vehement. Adams was, at his core, an author, communicator and defender often arguing unpopular opinions merely to see if he could bend his mind to the task in such a way as to unnerve his opponents and ultimately win the day. Thomas Jefferson Known as the “Silent Member



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